Neon Green Rasbora

Neon Green Rasbora (Microdevario kubotai): Care & Lifespan

The neon green rasbora (Microdevario kubotai), also known as kubotai rasbora, or green rasbora is a cyprinid native to southeast Asian rivers and streams with vivid, eccentric green and yellow colors. These striking little bright green fish may be challenging to find as most neon green rasboras on the market are wild-caught, making these little fish an attractive addition to any fishkeeper’s aquarium. Once stable and well-conditioned, these little fish are easy to take care of and stand out from the crowd in a well-set environment.

Emerald Dwarf Rasboras

Emerald Dwarf Rasboras: Care, Size, Breeding & Tank Mates

Emerald Dwarf Rasboras are a shoaling fish that thrives in a group rather than being a solitary fish. The minimum size tank that Emerald Dwarf Rasboras require is a 10 gallon. A 10 gallon tank can house up to 6 Emerald Dwarf Rasboras. They tend to fare better in a 20 gallon size tank so that a larger group can be kept together. They are a busy little fish, and the more Emerald Dwarf Rasboras that are housed together, the more active they will become in displaying all their natural behaviors.

neon blue rasbora

Neon Blue Rasbora: Care, Size, Tank Size & Tank Mates

Neon Blue Rasbora (Sundadanio Axelrodi) is also known as Blue Axelrodi Rasbora, and they are a small freshwater aquarium fish. These fish only reach 1 inch (2.5cm) in size, so they are well-suited for nano tanks. Compared to other popular fish in the aquarium hobby, Neon Blue Rasbora are quite rare. These fish have amazing colors of blue, green, and red. The top half of their body is a shade of bright iridescent blue. The mid-lower part of their body is usually a reddish-copper color, and the rest of their body is quite transparent and clear.

phoenix rasbora

Phoenix Rasbora Care: Size, Food, School Size & Tank Size

Phoenix Rasboras are vibrantly colored and active nano schooling fish. They are often misidentified because they are marked very similarly to other Rasboras. Phoenix Rasbora has black spots on its body and has a bright orange-red around each one. The bright orange-red coloration connects together, and extends towards the head. The vibrant coloration is only present around the black spots of the fish, and the rest of the body of the Phoenix Rasbora is a dullish grey color that fades into a transparent color towards the fins. The fins have some red markings at the ends. The black spot in the middle of the body is much darker than in other Rasboras. In addition, Phoenix Rasboras lack the black line that runs along the body of other Rasboras.

Chili Rasboras Care: Diet, Size, Tank Size & Temperature

Chili Rasboras are a beautifully colored, freshwater, nano schooling fish. They are red-orange in color with a black and red line that runs down their mid lateral line. The males are more brightly colored than the females, but they all share these eye catching color traits. Their flashy coloring and active nature makes them a favorite of aquarium owners all over the world.